The May 1924 number of the house organ for the Lanston Monotype Machine Company. Identified only as No. 70 (no volume number or intra-volume issue number). Edited by F. L. Rutledge. Designed by George F. Trenholm and Ellworth Geist. It is devoted to Kennerley. Contains:
Kennerley, Mitchell. "Kennerley Type: The Circumstances which Brought About its Conception." (5-7)
Calkins, E. E. "A Medieval Craftsman and his Types: A Great Advertiser Comments on the Goudy Types." (8-10)
Newdigate, B. H. "History of Book Types & Fonts of Some Private Presses." (11, 14-23) ["reprinted from The Art of the Book]
"Specimen Sheet: Monotype (Goudy) Kennerley Together with Italics" (12-13) "Goudy Open Italic" [showing] (24)
[Illustrated advertisement for the Barrett Adding and Listing Machine, manufactured by Lanston Monotype]
Note that the account given of the origins of Goudy Open Italic may be slightly inaccurate. McGrew, in American Metal Typefaces of the Twentieth Century, gives a more detailed and slightly different account.